one of 25 paintings sent to queen of Spain. In 1636, in great room before bed chamber where king dines in summer months: "Otro lienzo del mismo alto que el de los Sentidos con molduras de lo mismo, de una casa flamenca en que está la señora Infanta y sus damas segando heno y cargándole con un carro."
Diaz Padron attributed landscapes here and in pendant to Momper. Ertz suggested Jan the Younger. I don't think Momper is right; the works were probably done with help from Jan's studio, whether his son or whoever else was working there. It is not plausible that Jan would have let his 19-year-old son do a major work for the Spanish court on his own.